Posted by Sandra on October 30 2013

A few weeks ago I asked you to send me info about the most important radio stations of your country so I could make a list to request Love Is On The Radio, well some of you sent me the info and with it and the one I already had I created a page with info of radios worldwide where you can request #LIOTR everyday and help to promote it!

Also if you know more radio stations and you want me to add them on the list just send me an email to sandra@poyntersource.com and I’ll add them.

Click on the pic below to enter to the LIOTR request page and spread the word about it!!!

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Posted by Sandra on February 16 2017

Tom did It again!! he wrote a new book that you can already pre-order about a monster inside a book that I’m pretty sure is gonna be a huge success.

Meet Monster, the charmingly mischievous star of Tom Fletcher’s latest picture book: There’s a Monster in Your Book. This read-aloud, interactive story allows readers to playfully follow Monster from page to page, delighting at his laugh-out-loud antics. Little ones will just love to shake, tickle and spin Monster in this marvellously inventive shared reading experience.

Are you ready? Here we go…!

Watch out, he’s a naughty little monster!

Pre-order now:
There’s a Monster in Your Book by Tom Fletcher is available from all good bookshops from 29th June 2017. Pre-order your copy from the following shops:

Pre-order from Waterstones
Pre-order from WHSmith
Pre-order from Amazon

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Posted by Sandra on February 15 2017

[x2]CANDIDS > 2017 > FULL MONTY REHEARSALS, LONDON – FEBRUARY 15

The ITV special will be a tribute to the Full Monty to celebrate the film’s 20th anniversary

MCFLY singer Harry Judd, Towie’s Elliott Wright and more will strip naked as part of a Full Monty tribute show on ITV.

The stars will be joined by dancer Wayne Sleep, Emmerdale’s David Metcalfe actor Matthew Wolfenden and Olympic swimmer Mark Foster after The Sun exclusively revealed that the film’s 20th anniversary will be marked with an ITV special in April.

Pointless presenter Alexander Armstrong will host the show, and it will end with six stars taking their clothes off at the London Palladium.

A source previously said: “The six who do sign up will be whipped into shape before performing their routine at a working men’s club in Sheffield in April.

“They will have to pluck up courage for the big reveal. But ITV are expecting the cast will get into the spirit and won’t be tempted to leave their hats on.”

Diversity dancer Ashley Banjo will prepare the stars for the show, which is supported by charities Movember, Cancer Research, Everyman and Prostate Cancer UK.

The stars were pictured for the first time as they arrived for rehearsals in London today.

The source went on: “As far as the team are concerned, this is a chance to celebrate a classic movie moment and raise awareness for charity.

“They are hoping that will appeal to the celebs they have in their sights.

“If they get the right people, they are certain the show will go down a storm with viewers, and give a real boost to all of the charities now involved.”

The Full Monty, which starred Robert Carlyle as the leader of a motley crew of unlikely strippers, was a box office smash when it was released in 1997.

Despite a budget of under £3million, it made over £200million in ticket sales and was later adapted into a musical in 2000 and a play in 2013.

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Posted by Sandra on February 8 2017

Hopefully we’ll hear some new McFly music soon!

McFly’s bassist Dougie Poynter says the group have done a lot of “hard” work on the sixth album, but won’t be rush releasing it

McFly have finished a “good chunk” of their new album.

The ‘All About You’ group – which also features Tom Fletcher, Danny Jones and Dougie Poynter – haven’t released a new record since ‘Above the Noise’ in 2010, and the hunky bass player says they are well on the way to completing their sixth studio effort, but he says they won’t be rushing to release it.

He told The Sun newspaper: Writing is fun but it’s hard.

“It takes a lot of time but we were away for a while.

“It won’t be out until it’s ready but we got a good chunk done.”

Meanwhile, the 29-year-old rocker is set to star in upcoming British film ‘The Academy’ after he landed the part after taking acting lessons and successfully auditioning to play superhero Hale, who is “captured in a big plot twist”, and has teased that he has more movie work in the pipeline.

He added: “I’ve started shooting the film.

“That’s here in the UK. There are other things too, but I can’t say. I’m very excited.”

A previous update on their eagerly-anticipated record came from drummer Harry, 31, in December, who said their break made them a better band.

At the time, he said: “We definitely want to keep progressing and growing as a band. Danny has been working a lot in the studio this year in production, Tom is a brilliant writer and Dougie has been out acting and doing other things so he’ll be bringing in some new influences and stuff.

“There are already a couple of songs that I think we’ve got that we all love, and hopefully we’ll all be going in the same direction.”

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Posted by Sandra on December 30 2016

Harry is giving the new Busted album a 9/10 apparently. Which song do you think he doesn’t like?

Harry Judd has admitted he’s not a fan of one of Busted’s songs on their new album ‘Night Driver’

Harry Judd told Busted’s Matt Willis there is only one song on their new album ‘Night Driver’ which he skipped.

The McFly drummer was all “fired up” after hearing their comeback LP – their first in three years since 2003’s ‘A Present for Everyone’ – and is thrilled the trio are back with together as a three with Charlie Simpson, who quit the rock/pop group in 2005 and previously vowed never to return.

And, although he hasn’t named the track, he admits he feels “rude” for pointing it out.

Asked if he’s heard the new record, he exclusively told BANG Showbiz: “I have checked it out actually I was on What’s App with Matt [Willis] and James [Bourne] just the other day just to take a moment to congratulate them and tell them I was loving the album.

“It’s really cool I was saying to Matt there was only one song that I skip which is pretty good going.

“He was like, ‘Which song?’ And then I was like, ‘I can’t say, I already regret saying it because it’s quite rude!’

“I’m genuinely loving it and it’s good to have them back as a three. The Busted album has got me fired up.”

Meanwhile, the 30-year-old sticksman recently revealed ‘Getting It Out’, from Busted/McFly supergroup McBusted’s 2014 self-titled LP, will be on McFly’s new album.

He previously said: “One of the songs from album six ended up on the McBusted album, which was ‘Getting It Out’. We recorded it in Texas but then recorded it for the McBusted album.”

And Harry recently admitted that McFly fans “hated” McBusted – which was also comprised of Busted’s Matt and James and himself, Tom, Dougie Poynter and Danny Jones.

The hunky rocker says they are keen to get new music out because their fans were “frustrated” with the ‘Air Guitar’ band.

He said: “It’s been a while since we have just been McFly and a lot of our fans are frustrated.

“Although McBusted has been a success, a lot of McFly fans were like, ‘I hate McBusted!'”

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Posted by Sandra on December 30 2016

MCFLY’s Harry Judd delighted fans when he announced the birth of his first child, at the beginning of this year.

Tom Fletcher’s pal, and his wife Izzy, have been open about their struggle to conceive naturally.
The pair, who recently celebrated their four-year wedding anniversary, were also left heartbroken after suffering a miscarriage, following their first attempt at IVF.

And, speaking exclusively to OK! Online, the It’s All About You singer admitted they were hoping to expand their family in the future.

“We’d love a big family,” he revealed, on the red carpet of the Pride Of Sport awards.

“We spent long enough trying to get the first one, so we’ll see.

“If we’re lucky enough, we’d love to have another baby.”

Harry and Izzy met back in 2005, when the former violinist appeared in the string section of McFly’s tour.
They tied the knot seven years later, in an intimate ceremony in Hertfordshire.

However, the couple have endured a difficult path to parenthood, after the musician was diagnosed with polycystic ovaries.

They went through the heartbreak of a miscarriage, in 2014, before trying IVF treatments to start their family.

But Harry revealed they are putting the sad memories behind them to make Lola’s first festive period exciting.

Discussing how they were planning to mark her first Christmas, he added: “We’ve got her some presents.

“We’re at Izzy’s for the first Christmas, and we’ve been buying her some presents – even though she has no idea what they are.

“We’re still hiding them from her!”

“She’s going to be 11 months, I think they just enjoy the wrapping, but it’s a novelty for us!”

Their little one’s birth sparked a double celebration for the band, as Tom Fletcher’s son, Buddy, was born just weeks after Lola.

And the 30 year old has been giving fans adorable glimpses into his life as a new dad.

Earlier this year, he melted fans’ hearts as he took to Instagram with a beautiful snap of himself and his daughter.

He posted a photo of her strapped to his chest, while he practised drumming, with his 563k followers.
The drummer described the position as his “happy place”.

Dougie Poynter’s pal also posted a photo just weeks ago, revealing she had already picked up on his musical genes.
He uploaded an adorable picture of their journey to “a class”.

“Taking the little one to a class,” he captioned the shot.

“She loves music and is already bobbing up and down, swaying from side to side, throwing her hands in the air and sometimes chucks in a jive kick.”

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Posted by Sandra on December 25 2016

First of all, Merry Xmas everyone!!!
And as a gift for you all this xmas, here’s a new interview and photoshoot of Dougie with 1883 Magazine, he talks McFly, tour, LA, acting… you can see by yourself reading it below. I also added all the pics from the photoshoot to the gallery so you can enjoy the view too:P

All the credit for the pics goes to Asia Werbel.

[x19]PHOTOSHOOTS > 2016 > 1883 MAGAZINE PHOTOSHOOT

Dougie Poynter first burst onto the scene back in 2004 as one quarter of beloved pop band McFly when he was just a young teen. In their career, spanning over fourteen years, the band has amassed 19 top 10 singles, 5 albums and have just completed their 14th tour in September, after postponing it due to Harry Judd slipping a disc.

1883 caught up with McFly’s charming bass guitarist, after making him swing from a few metal poles, to talk the recent tour, being a musical influence, warming up in LA and what the actual hell is a Mary Berry!

Hey, thanks for swinging around on those metal poles for us.

[Laughs] No problem!

At least you don’t have to go to the gym today. That’s arm day done!

Working out I usually suck at it but that was the one thing I’m actually good at.

So, today’s shoot was fine for you then!

Yeah, if it was anything to do with legs, I would’ve sucked.

Leg day is awful though.

Leg is horrible! But I’m constantly doing leg day though, because these things just will not get any bigger.

Oh, really?

I’m an ectomorph.

What’s that?

It one of the figures, there’s like ectomorph and endomorph. I’m definitely ectomorph, I just burn it all off.

That’s convenient at Christmas time, you can just pig out and its fine.

Yeah but not for a dude though, but I guess so [laughs].

So, you’ve finished touring…

Yeah finished touring about three months ago, is it three? I think it’s three months ago now.

And you’ve just released your live album called anthology off the back of that, so how was touring as just McFly instead of as a super group?

Touring was cool, it was really cool. It’s always good fun to hang with the guys it was going form a really big production that was McBusted which was like every single song had some kind of big production element to it. To go back to literally like zero production. In fact, I think we didn’t even have a truck on this tour we just had like a trailer with just amplifiers in it. We didn’t take our own PA we just used the house PA.

Did it feel weird to return to four after 18 months as being a pretty big group?

No actually because McBusted was 18 months McFly has been 13, 14 years. So, it didn’t really feel weird at all.

How did it feel revisiting some of your older songs, some of which you have never played live before?

The most stressful thing was playing 66 songs in total over three nights, I mean that’s a lot to remember.

Were there any songs where you forgot the chords and the lyrics?

Oh, yeah there was some songs I hadn’t played since I was 16. The only thing that was going through my head the entire time was don’t fuck up! Don’t fuck up! Don’t fuck up!

I mean that’s a pretty solid motto! How did you think your music has evolved and changed with you?

Sorry, my hands smell odd, probably swinging from the poles. But yeah everything seems to be a reaction to the previous. In every single way from the way we play it to the types of songs that they are. Everything is a reaction to the last one right up until our last album that we released six years ago.

Do you think they represent the stages of your life you were at when you made them or not?

I think you can definitely tell like what was going through our heads. I mean they’re all about girls [laughs].

Since this tour was about looking back over what you’ve done, what would you say to your younger self?

Mmhhh. I don’t know there’s a lot but is it really a good idea to go back in time and change things? I don’t know.

Umm, whatever it is don’t do it. If you think it’s a bad idea it probably is.
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Posted by Sandra on December 15 2016

According to Dan Wooton Dougie has got a new movie role in an independent british film. *edited* now this news have been confirmed! ongrats Dougie!!!!

The pop star has bagged himself the role of hero Hale in the new film

DOUGIE POYNTER’s superpower isn’t just slapping the bass.

The McFLY star will soon have even more magic in his fingertips after bagging a part in a new superhero movie.

I’ve learned Dougie has been cast as hero Hale in Brit flick The Academy. It’s a huge deal for him as he has been plugging away doing auditions and having acting lessons in Los Angeles as he bids to get his Hollywood career off the ground.

Last night a source said: “Dougie is delighted to have landed a part in The Academy and can’t wait to get stuck into his role.

“It’s a proper independent British movie so there will be loads of freedom in terms of what he can do.

“The film’s makers have created a completely original superhero universe set in a university-type situation where all the students have superpowers.

“One breathes fire, another controls electricity and one has the strength of ten men.

“Dougie’s character is focal to the storyline as he ends up being captured in a big plot twist. He starts shooting in mid-January.”

Dougie’s co-stars include BRIAN BOVELL, best known for his roles in Coronation Street and Hollyoaks as well as a recent appearance in BBC drama The Missing.

The Academy is Dougie’s second big-screen casting after I revealed earlier this year that he had landed the male lead in comedy film Kat and the Band as his first professional role.

It’s set to be a very busy 2017 indeed for Dougie as I’m told he is also heading back into the studio with McFly.

An insider said: “McFly are all getting together in January for a writing trip to start work on their new album.

“Dougie is going to have a lot on his plate in the new year but he’s excited.”

All he needs now is the superpower to stop time to cram it all in.

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Posted by Sandra on December 14 2016

Harry got interviewed during the pride of sport awards last week and he said that Buzz is a better drummer than him at his age.

 
 
Posted by Sandra on December 12 2016

We trust you Harry..:P

McFly want to progress and grow, and drummer Harry Judd thinks the different endeavours they have pursued while on a break will help them make a better album
Harry Judd thinks McFly’s break will make them a better band.

The ‘All About You’ group – which also features Tom Fletcher, Danny Jones and Dougie Poynter – haven’t released a new album since ‘Above the Noise’ in 2010 and the drummer thinks their years of experience means they’re in a great place when it comes to putting a new record together.

He said: “We definitely want to keep progressing and growing as a band. Danny has been working a lot in the studio this year in production, Tom is a brilliant writer and Dougie has been out acting and doing other things so he’ll be bringing in some new influences and stuff.

“There are already a couple of songs that I think we’ve got that we all love, and hopefully we’ll all be going in the same direction.

“We have so much stuff that’s unreleased, and we have the power of hindsight now and we can say, ‘No that’s wrong, that’s wrong, that’s right.’ And we can take elements of what has worked and put it all together.”

The band last went into the studio with James Bourne and Matt Willis as their supergroup McBusted to record their 2014 self-titled album, and Harry admits their fans are more than ready to hear some new McFly music.

He exclusively told BANG Showbiz: “We’re writing in January and I’m very excited, I think the fans have waited a long time for new McFly music. Even though we said we were writing in January the fans keep on tweeting me and to say, ‘Really? Is this really happening?’ It is definitely happening.”

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